Eva needs a change. After a tragic miscarriage and breaking up with her unsupportive boyfriend, she is desperate for a new start somewhere peaceful, where she can focus on her pottery.
It is in The Cobbled Courtyard of Lilacwell that she meets the mysterious Fitz, a carpenter who similarly escaped to the tiny village a few years ago.
But can you ever really run away from your past? Eva and Fitz – two wounded souls – will need to help
each other heal if they’re to find love and happiness once more.
Will Lilacwell work its magic once more?
Times are changing in Lilacwell. Not only have Jasper and Adira settled into The Laurels manor, newly engaged and firmly casting off the shackles of their respective city lives, but Adira's friend and ex-colleague, Rory, is now also looking to leave London for the quiet beauty of the Forest of Bowland.
Sparks flew when he and Lilacwell's innleeper, Cassie, met at the summer party a few months ago, but Cassie
has been loved and left before and is reluctant to put all her trust in Rory, who might return to his promising law
career for the right offer.
With Jasper and Adira's wedding just around the corner, love is in the air for Lilacwell, and some big changes
are coming to the sleepy village...
Adira Summers has spontaneously quit her high-flying career as a barrister in London. She needs to escape from the
rat race and, encouraged by her bohemian gran, has bought a campervan to do so.
Taking off for a tour around Britain, disaster strikes early on when her van breaks down outside the quaint village of Lilacwell. But things look up after she meets handsome Jasper, who is visiting to check on his ailing uncle and his crumbling estate, The Laurels.
As Adira falls for Lilacwell, she is torn between forgoing her travel plans to stay, or continuing with her
adventure. Jasper must also choose between returning to his job in Dubai or moving back for his uncle
- and Adira.
Opening up Treweham Hall proves challenging to new parents Tobias and Megan Cavendish-Blake, not to mention hosting brother Sebastian's theatre production.
In Delany's Racing Yard, Dylan is tested not only by demanding clients, but his pretty, young girlfriend who is growing trickier to handle than his horses.
A move to the Cotswolds as the new owner of The Templar was supposed to be a dream come true for
Christie Newbury, until her husband dropped a bombshell, sending her world upside down. Daniel James
is seeking solice in the countryside, but is his attraction to the beautiful landlady a distraction he can't afford?
Once again the village of Treweham is thriving with secrets and agendas, but will it provide a happy
ending for everyone?
Life in the beautiful Cotswolds village of Treweham could never be described as boring, but the arrival of a documentary film crew means that things are even busier than normal.
For the ever-so dashing Lord of the Manor Tobias Cavendish-Blake and his new wife Megan, it's a great advertising opportunity as they've recently opened up their home, Treweham Hall, to the public. And for the chef at the local pub The Templar, Finula, the arrival of the brooding director Marcus Devlin, means her love life is looking up. Whilst at the racing stables, jockey and trainer Dylan Delaney is hoping the exposure will help him find new owners and horses for him and his partner Flora
But there is more to Marcus Devlin than meets the eye, and he has very personal reasons for heading to the
Cotswolds. And once his plans become clear, life in Treweham may never be the same again.
As the new custodian of the ancestral home, Treweham Hall, Tobias Cavendish-Blake soon discovers exactly what he's inherited. Instant financial action is needed if the Hall is to survive the mounting debts it's racking up. Adding insult to injury the family is forced to sell the Gate House on the estate to lottery winners Gary and Tracy Belcher – not the kind of neighbours Tobias was hoping for.
Megan Taylor inherits her grandmother's country cottage in the village of Treweham and decides to make a fresh start there, taking a job at the local country pub.
When Megan meets Tobias, the attraction is clear, but she is determined to resist his charms, put off by his reputation and that of his best friends – the rakish Seamus Fox, son of a millionaire race horse trainer and dastardly jockey Dylan Delany. But Tobias is a hard man to resist...
When Christian Burgoyne, heir to Bellebrook Manor, brings home his elegant new bride, Suzanna, the reception is rather chillier than expected.
Bellebrook village is close-knit and relationships from the past play a part in its inhabitant's future, particularly for Sam, Christian's illegitimate son.
The vicar, Peter Winrow, tries to keep his bohemian wife Trudy happy, but it's difficult when she's Sam's mother and when his own dark history creeps up on him.
Set in the beautiful Cotswolds, this is a story which will warm your heart and prove that first impressions can often be misleading.
Alistair Burgoyne, QC and owner of the village manor, assumes he is untouchable, until his family are tousled by Trudy Hampstead, a young girl with more kick and spirit than a lethal cocktail, who proves to be even more toxic than he is.
The residents of Bellebrook all have their own agenda, there's Matt Lovestock, a local farmer, with an unsuitable 'townie' wife, who also has reason to score even with the Burgoynes, his revenge knows no bounds.
Lizzie Hampstead, a widow and mother to twins, just wants a quiet life, no such luck...and just what is it about Peter Winrow, the rather insipid, quivering, nervous wreck of a curate?
How will it all pan out? Will the good people of Bellebrook get their own way? Some may, some may not, others certainly get what they deserve.
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